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TERRAZZCO Architectural Binder

Architectural Binder


The new TERRAZZCO Architectural Binder has arrived! The TERRAZZCO Architectural Binder provides architects with a guide to the terrazzo industry. The Architectural Binder includes information about TERRAZZCO, color palettes, technical datasheets, and publications on how TERRAZZCO products benefit healthcare, education, and other commercial spaces.


Concord Terrazzo Company Products and Services

Products and Services Brochure


Concord Terrazzo Company offers a wide range of services in the terrazzo industry. Using TERRAZZCO Brand Products in the process, we provide services in precast manufacturing, epoxy resin manufacturing, and terrazzo replacements for our services. Get a closer look at the operations of each service that Concord Terrazzo Company provides.


TERRAZZCO Aggregate Brochure

Aggregate Brochure


The TERRAZZCO Aggregate Brochure provides architects and designers with a guide to the aggregates that TERRAZZCO supplies. Locally-sourced aggregates can contribute to project LEED points. TERRAZZO offers a wide range of standard and exotic aggregates that provide diversity in a terrazzo floor’s design. For pricing, contact a Concord Terrazzo representative at info@terrazzco.com.


Terrazzo Samples Collection Brochure

Samples Brochure


The design possibilities of epoxy terrazzo are endless. We help architects craft a beautiful sample using any combination of aggregates in any epoxy color.


TERRAZZCO Projects Brochure

Project Showcase Brochure


TERRAZZCO Brand Products have been installed in over 1,000 terrazzo projects to date. Epoxy terrazzo is ideal for any institutional, commercial or industrial project. Download the TERRAZZCO Project Showcase to view our finished floor projects.


Designing Green with Terrazzo

Sustainable Terrazzo Brochure


Learn how to go green with terrazzo with our sustainability guide. This guide focuses on how architects can acquire LEED points when using terrazzo for their construction projects. The guide also focuses on GREENGUARD and how TERRAZZCO Brand Products help create design healthy indoor environments.


Publication Articles

How to Specify Terrazzo

“How to Specify Terrazzo Flooring”



The editors at Architizer spoke with Concord Terrazzo Company National Sales Manager Joshua Boncosky to talk about what architects need to know when considering or specifying terrazzo floors. Boncosky shared the basic including the difference between cement and epoxy, design elements, and cost and planning.



Read Article: How to Specify Terrazzo Flooring

Treash to Treasure

“Trash to Treasure”

Masonry Design Magazine


Concord Terrazzo Company can take post-industrial glass from several sources and can transform them into beautiful terrazzo products such as flooring, stairs, and countertops. Masonry Design Magazine spoke with a representative to understand the manufacturing process and how the reuse of glass can benefit architects and general contractors.


Read Article: Trash to Treasure

Additional Resources



Concord Terrazzo Company is a single-source supplier of terrazzo materials. Under the TERRAZZCO Brand the company supplies terrazzo samples, epoxy resin, aggregate and precast to terrazzo projects under construction. Please review any of the resources provided to learn more about our products and services.


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NTMA Resources


Besides our own terrazzo brochures and articles, the NTMA is a good source to learn about terrazzo. The National Terrazzo Mosaic Association establishes national standards for all terrazzo floor and wall systems and provides complete specifications, color palettes, and general information to architects.


Please see the available resource provided by the NTMA below:


  Terrazzo Reference Guide

  History Lessons: Life Cycle for a Lifetime

  Terrazzo Cost Calculator

  The Care of Terrazzo

  Terrazzo for Medical Facilities

  Green Terrazzo: Environmental Impact of the Use of Cement and Epoxy Terrazzo

  LEED Case Study: Albany Park Middle School